Accla'im. n.s. [acclamo, Lat. from which probably first the verb acclaim, now lost, and then the noun.] A shout of praise acclamation.
Back from pursuit thy pow'rs, with loud acclaim,
Thee only extoll'd Milton's Par. Lost, b. iii. l. 397.
The herald ends; the vaulted firmament
With loud acclaims, and vast applause, is rent. Dryd. Fables.